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RE: [Nagios-devel] More Nagios bugs (minor)

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RE: [Nagios-devel] More Nagios bugs (minor)

Postby Guest » Mon May 27, 2002 8:57 am

Good day,

Thanks for your reply.

I realize that there are other ways of making the graphs- in fact, once all
our hosts are entered, using custom co-ordinates is probably going to be the
only manageable way.

Nevertheless, there is definately a bug with how the circular graph is made,
and thus it should be fixed, or at the very least examined. I don't feel
that dismissing the problem without even looking at it is a very good way to
code (although this is just my opinion).

I don't know if it's a problem with the underlying grapher, or a problem
with how data is fed to it. I'm not a very experienced C coder; if I was, I
would try to fix it myself and submit a patch. The best I can do is provide
enough detail for one of the contributers to reproduce the problem, which I
have done.

Thanks in advance to anyone who can take a look at this,

============================
Darren Gamble
Planner, Regional Services
Shaw Cablesystems GP
630 - 3rd Avenue SW
Calgary, Alberta, Canada
T2P 4L4
(403) 781-4948


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Thomas Kotzian [mailto:thomas.kotzian@gmx.at]
> Sent: Sunday, May 26, 2002 9:52 AM
> To: nagios-devel@lists.sourceforge.net
> Subject: Re: [Nagios-devel] More Nagios bugs (minor)
>
>
> >> - The "circular" display formats don't properly display hosts that
> >> have more
> >> than one parent. It "picks" one of the parents and places
> the host in
> >> the
> >> circle near it (which is fine), but it leaves an "empty"
> space outside
> >> of
> >> the circle of the other parent. This is easiest to see with the
> >> "Circular -
> >> Marked up" diagram, which has empty green blocks where the
> host would
> >> normally appear if it didn't have the other parent. Essentially,
> >> there is
> >> wasted space.
> >
> > Not really a bug, just undesirable behavior. Every layout method
> > seems to the have some problem or another. The circular layout
> > method was modelled after the description of how the gnutellavision
> > app worked. I haven't found any good algorithms for doing optimal
> > layout and no one has ever (as far as I recall) even
> provided me with
> > pseudocode for a better layout method, so I've only been able to
> > implement things in hackish ways.
>
> why don't you use graphviz for layouting the graph? - you
> only have to
> provide a description - the graph is generated by graphviz.
>
> Thomas
>
>
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